Heavy-Duty Utility Cart with Lipped Shelf transports materials, supplies, and heavy loads securely with up to 500 lbs. load capacity. The lipped shelves prevents items from falling off the cart and features an integrated V-notch to hold pipe and conduit securely for safe cutting.
Rubbermaid Commercial Products Heavy-Duty Utility Cart with Lipped Shelf transports materials, supplies, and heavy loads securely. The lipped shelves prevent items from falling off the cart and features an integrated V-notch to hold pipe and conduit securely for safe cutting. High-density structural foam construction makes this two-shelf rolling cart sturdy, lightweight, and maneuverable. It also won’t rust, dent, chip or peel and can support up to 500 lbs. Ergonomically superior design with integrated storage and organizational features allows users to work smarter, faster, and safer.
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||39.00 in||99.06 cm|
|Product Width||17.88 in||45.42 cm|
|Product Height||33.25 in||84.46 cm|
|Product Weight||31.10 lb||14.11 kg|
|Case Pack Length||40.00 in||101.60 cm|
|Case Pack Width||18.63 in||47.31 cm|
|Case Pack Height||8.63 in||21.91 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||114.50 lb||51.94 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Packaging Length||40.07 in||101.78 cm|
|Packaging Width||18.45 in||46.85 cm|
|Packaging Height||8.64 in||21.95 cm|
|Packaging Weight||22.54 lb||10.22 kg|
|Country of Origin||USA|
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